January/February 2016

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Cover: Alejandro G. Iñárritu interview on TheRevenant by David Fear

Features: Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa by Howard Hampton
Final Cut 2015: the top 50 films of the year, top 20 undistributed films of the year, State of the Art, the Year in Animation, East Asian Cinema Standouts
Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt & Benjamin Crotty & Alexander Carver by Dan Sullivan
Kinji Fukasaku by Marc Walkow
Game Changers: Sound by Paul Schrader

Hot Property: Andrzej Zulawski’s Cosmos by Nicolas Rapold

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die: Patrick Sheane Duncan’s 84 Charlie MoPic

Site Specifics: thecinetourist.net by Violet Lucca

Trivial Top 20: Most Prolific Filmmakers

Matías Piñeiro’s In the Moment: Candice Bergen in Rich and Famous,

Restoration Row by Max Nelson

Encore: Dorothy Arzner’s Christopher Strong by Lindsay Zoladz

Sound: Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay by Margaret Barton-Fumo

Vision: Nathaniel Dorsky by Kristin M. Jones

Critics’ Choice: Eight critics rate 25 new releases

Make It Real: The year in documentary by Eric Hynes

Screenings: Sixty Six by Kristin M. Jones, The Hateful Eight by Steven Mears, The Big Short by Harlan Jacobson, Aferim! by Robert Horton, The Clan by Michael Sragow, In the Shadow of Women by Nick Pinkerton, The Witch by David Fear

Short Takes: The Club by Yonca Talu, Embrace of the Serpent by Violet Lucca, Joy by Nicolas Rapold, Southbound by Nicolas Rapold, The Treasure by Max Nelson, Where to Invade Next by Alejandro Veciana

Home Movies: Out 1 by Nicholas Elliott, The Mad Genius by Farran Smith Nehme, Let There Be Light: John Huston’s Wartime Documentaries by Patrick Friel, Death by Hanging by Nicolas Rapold, Fatherland by Graham Fuller, Thundercrack! by Marc Walkow, Shaun the Sheep Movie by David Filipi, The Emigrants & The New Land by Michael Sragow, Wind Across the Everglades by Justin Stewart, Welcome to L.A. by Nick Pinkerton

Readings: W.C. Fields by Himself edited by Ronald J. Fields, reviewed by Nicolas Rapold; The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory, 1907-1933 edited by Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, and Michael Cowan, reviewed by Noah Isenberg; Brakhage’s Childhood by Jane (Brakhage) Wodening, reviewed by Michael Joshua Rowin; Albert Capellani: Pioneer of the Silent Screen by Christine Leteux, reviewed by Scott Eyman

Graphic Detail: The best posters of 2015

A digital copy of this issue is available on Zinio.